Keowee Week Before Christmas
And all around Lake Keowee lots of creatures are stirring, most notably buyers and sellers. Yes, it’s true people are out looking at property, even this time of year. Not surprisingly, this week and the week of Thanksgiving are two of the best weeks of the winter! Hopefully we will get at least our fair share of the business (more would be better – is that a bad thing to hope for during this season of giving?) and I believe we’ve already begun as we put a nice waterfront Lake Keowee home under contract yesterday and hope to have another under contract by the end of the week. We’ve also seen a nice spike in the views of our homes and lot listings. More contracts to come so stay tuned, sports fans!
The bad news is after this week and next we hit the real down time for business, though if the last few years are any indication “down” will be relative. January, February and March have been much better than they were from 2009 to 2013. Although the economy is showing a few kinks in the armor we probably won’t see a full-fledged recession around Lake Keowee for a little while. Hopefully, it won’t be as bad as the great recession. Either way, we try and take a page from our Grandparents book and always live within our means.
Hope you guys have a very merry time leading up to Christmas and we’ll talk to you next week!
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